Any advice gratefully appreciated. As claimant, I am putting forward a witness for a forthcoming Employment Tribunal hearing on my claim of Unfair Dismissal. Some of the account of the witness will concern events following my dismissal (in my case the review and clarification of procedures and policies that I was alleged to have breached). I consider that this evidence is relevant and substantiates the claim as it shows widespread confusion and misunderstanding of policy and guidance I was alleged to have breached or not practiced. What is the position regarding events after the date of dismissal for Unfair Dismissal cases in (i) the claimants ET1 claim (ii) witness statements (is it admissible or immaterial?) I was just worried that the tribunal may question information or evidence that wasn't available to the employer at the time of dismissal. Also, where there are several similar (or same) accounts of events, is it acceptable to introduce all witnesses as signatories to one collective statement, to be presented by one 'spokesperson' witness. I am advised that separate statements adds more weight, particularly if they can be available for cross examination in person; in that case, would it be acceptable for each individual to refer in their statements that they agree with the account given by another witness (while adding further material that they feel relevant), thus avoiding producing almost carbon copy statements? Or should their account simply be in one witness statement that cannot refer to any other? Kind regards.